From: Cary Karp (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 22 2006 - 06:01:21 CST
Quoting Asmus Freytag:
> I've found two musical symbols that I can not locate in Unicode.
> One looks like and upside-down V over the last chord in a song.
> I have no idea of its function. It is not an actual letter V, just a V
> like shape.
That's a garden variety accent mark, used to indicate brief dynamic
emphasis. It resembles an inverted V above a note or chord written
stem down, and a normal V below a note or chord written stem up.
> The other looks like a corner bracket, and is apparently used
> to indicate that a note belongs to a voice that's normally in the
> treble or base clef, but is shown on the other staff, because
> it's unusually high or low.
I'm not certain what this is describing. Can you provide an
illustration of the symbol in context?
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